a reply to: Astyanax
A witch hunt? He failed to respond in any meaningful way to repeated pleas for help in stopping organised child rape. Those who have unfortunately
found themselves fighting similar situations eventually learn that the people who did nothing to help are still unforgiven by the survivors decades
later. I saw this myself recently. I was talking to a man I hadn't seen for several years. Suddenly his daughter, who is now in her thirties, rushed
into the room. She said pointedly, "Oh. I thought I heard a nice persons voice". Then she glared at her father and walked back out. He was one who did
nothing because it was easier to do nothing, while I put myself in the firing line. She isn't the only one in that area who now makes it obvious in
front of witnesses that they are very grateful for the efforts I made years ago. But they won't talk about it.
One thing that you should all be aware of. If a survivor attempts to talk about it they immediately begin to lose their sanity due to their memories.
Try to put yourself in that position to enable you to understand the reality. It drives you mad to try to talk about it. You try to talk about. Then
the majority reaction is incredibly unhelpful claiming the survivor is making it up, or trying to cause trouble, or just simply disturbed.
They are disturbed because it's true. The perpetrators and their supporters say it isn't true because the survivor is disturbed.
Sorry for being off topic but you did say witch hunt and I have to refute your misconception.
If you think better of him for this you have much to learn. It isn't a comfortable learning curve. Much easier avoided. In fact your comment has made
me realise there is a great need for thinking people such as yourself to be educated on the reality of organised abuse.
The headmaster and some social workers in the area where I blew the whistle turned out to be involved. I'm not the only one who has given the details
to the obvious person to take the case to. Then discovered later they are part of the group, and I told them everything I knew.
As far as I can see all party politics is run by the criminal bankers to deflect attention from their own activities. We see in these threads the
dismissal of the conversation with the excuse that I'm obviously a party supporter of some sort. That's why the private bankers invent political
parties/movements. It's to stop rational discussion.
As for posh. Some posh people are the most marvellous people imaginable. I had a warm conversation with one last weekend. She risks her life
voluntarily working with murderers and has successfully turned some of their lives around. Her privilege allows her to do this. She could spend her
entire life on holiday if she chose.
I have observed over many years mixing with people from different backgrounds, the posh boys from the posh schools generally have the stupidest ideas.
Then they insist on pushing them through because they've been taught they are better than others. Posh schools teach if you didn't do well you just
need to try harder. The rest of us are taught if you didn't do well you aren't good enough. Of course that's a gross over-simplification but that is
one of the differences noted by researchers. Hence the posh boys push through their ridiculous ideas, and when they fail they try again.
The pertinent fact here is Jeremy Corbyn lacks practical experience in the working world. Therefore he has not gained the common sense and wisdom that
comes through practical experience.
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